Poliedro was a collaborative group for the development and research on new media and interactive design for performance and sound. It was
founded in 2003 by Alejandro Borsani, Christian Parsons and Juan Pablo Amato. The main objective of the group was the development of artistic
tools to exlpore the relation between sound, body and image. These three universes affects each ohter, our work was focused in making their
mutual influence perceptible.
Sound Objects development: by utilizing piezoelectric sensors it was possible to amplify the sounds of everyday objects. Materials such as metal, wood and paper were used to transform matter into sound. This matter was abstracted and re-signified by changing its temporality.
Gesture as sound generator: through a computer system body movements are tracked to generate a scene where sound and image are extensions of the performers gesture.